Every call is an opportunity to provide service that adds value to a caller-this is the case whether the person on the other end of the line is an internal colleague or an external customer. The emphasis should therefore be on providing excellent telephone service: after all, without good service, there would be no business! No organization will survive if it treats its requests for information and assistance poorly, and initial telephone contact usually sets the tone. Because a telephone call will often be the first and most long-lasting impression a customer forms about your organisation, this workbook has been developed to help you create better first impressions and assist in coaching individuals in effective telephone skills. Many of the principles we will talk about are part of good telephone etiquette no matter who is on the line.
Note this Workbook is the 24-page workbook version of our popular RSB Booklet on the same topic.
Rapid Skill Builder Series Team Briefing Booklets are short, sharp and succinct resources provide best practice thinking on a range of key topics and are currently available in 50 titles. They are designed to provide a practical method for improving skills and focus on explaining the main steps in the process. On the back page of each booklet, a template illustrates how the process fits together for practical and immediate application.
This workbook is designed for use in conjunction with the Rapid Skill Builder Workbook on the same topic. It is the 24-page version of our popular RSB Booklet, with spaces for writing in reflections and responses. It can also be used in a self-study situation.
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